Carl M. Glos, P.Eng., was one of the founding principals of Glos Associates. Carl received his Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree from McGill University in 1956 and later became involved in several large construction projects, including the Sir Adam Beck Power Station No.2, the St. Lawrence Seaway, the redevelopment of the St. John’s, Newfoundland harbour, and the Welland Canal. In 2007 he was honoured by the Windsor Essex County Engineering Society as Essex County Engineer of the Year.
Carl moved to Windsor and co-founded Glos Associates Inc., a firm of consulting engineers and architects. He oversaw many local projects, including work at General Motors, Chrysler, the University of Windsor faculty of human kinetics building, the Windsor Centre for Automotive Research and Education and The Windsor Star printing plant.
Carl was also active in the United Way, the chamber of commerce, the Windsor Symphony and the Salvation Army. He also served on the McMaster Divinity College Senate and Board of Trustees.
In 2004, Carl received the University of Windsor Clark Award for his fundraising efforts. Carl and his brother Jerry, who also received the award, sponsored a golf tournament to benefit the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
In 2007 Carl was named the engineer of the year by the Windsor Essex County Engineering Society. The award is presented to the engineer who exemplifies high standards of technical competence and professionalism.